I didn't realize that post of mine would cause this...
To the best of my knowledge, wasn't tcrf supposed to be exclusively about "cut content that's still in game images"?
Or whatever excuse their admins were using to reject all sorts of stuff from dev interviews about what could have been,
to even legit cut content that's "not as important" as barely relevant log files.
Not that there's anything "wrong" per se with this.
They manage their site and "Patreon researches" as they see fit.
Even their abrasive attitude towards newcomers contributing with content that does fit what they want there.
Even when some of the oddities and bugs that would get rejected but make it because one of the admins added it personally. (like comparing two completely different English localizations sentence by sentence and ruling the least "cool" variant as "translation mistake", without the original even being considered. That's where misinformation like FE Awakening being "censored in Europe" comes from (for not having references to boobs the US script alone made up))
It's their site.
The stuff mentioned in this very topic (weird things in ROMs in general) is stuff they'd reject without any second thoughts, from what I saw there. To say tcrf is the go-to place for such content is a tad bit... inaccurate.
Also saying "it's a wiki that everyone can fix themselves" discounts the fact that:
a) not everyone may be found of the content vetting process there
b) if the wiki admins deem some subset of content not worthy of being there, you can't really "fix" that. And that's OK. People can blog about it or post elsewhere than tcrf about said hidden oddities - not every single thing needs to fit there. I have been enjoying reading some Japanese blogs about "botsu deta" and general game programming weirdness that would never fit the very narrow spectrum of "tcrf-worthy content".